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Argo Tractors: three trademarks up for showcasing in Hanover

by the editorial staff
october/november 2013 | Back

The new range of Argo Group tractors will be leading players at the Agritechnica 2013, the international exhibition set for November 12 to 16 in Hanover. Coming up in the trade fair pavilion 7 is the Landini Series 4 built to replace the previous Alpine series in the low power category. The new series features 3.6 liter Tier 4 engines and comes with versions equipped with cabs mounted on four silent blocks and 12+12 transmissions built by Argo Tractors.

Another new cab and a revised 36+12 transmission have been brought in for the Series 6C equipped with new 4 cylinder 4.5 liter FPT NEF Tier 4 Interim power plants which differ from the 6 cylinder engines rated at 165 hp to 188 hp mounted on the Series 7 (175-212 in Dual Power) which also feature Common Rail and the Roboshift transmission with hydraulic inverter on the wheel, 6 robotics gamma and 4 Powershift gears.

With the new X4 Series, McCormick is betting on new engines, transmissions in the innovative 12+12 Argo with Creeper, Power Shuttle, Powershift Hi-Lo, 40 Eco and mechanical or hydraulic PdF available and on the X6 with 4.5 liter FPT Tier 4 Interim engines with the SCR system and will make a showing especially with the flagship X7 VT range with continuously variable transmissions, engines rated at 143 to 188 hp and a new cab with Premier Cab technology.

Valpadana will turn up with the new 7000 and 9000 models with powerful 3.2 liter Tier 3 FPT engines are 88 to 95 hp. Among the pluses for the Valpadana series is the electro-hydraulic PTO with a lift capacity of 2,300 kg, hydraulics from 50 to 31 l/min and an rear hydraulic axle reversible drivers seat.

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